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Mobo no boot after changed power supply

K7s741xgmg-6l mobo .board does not power on after changing power supply.(was burnt).is there a fuse some where on this board?poor manual.cpu,memory and p.supply all work in other case.no sign of any burnt caps on board.able to do soldering on these.thanks for any help.

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  • ray kooses Jan 03, 2007

    thanks for help .excellent advice.Ray

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I couldn?t find much on the motherboard either. Over the years I have only seen a handful of boards with fuses so I doubt you have on your board. -Double check the new power supply and ensure it is designed for your motherboard. -Double check the power supply connections to the motherboard, the connectors should mate up exactly to the motherboard. -If you did remove anything double check for shorts, grounding and so on. Any of those can cause the same symptoms. -Test the case power switch, it could be bad. -Some power supplies have on/off rocker switches on them (in the rear by the A/C power socket), make sure it?s on. -Most power supplies have a 115/225 volt switch in the rear by the A/C power socket; make sure it is set to whatever is appropriate for your country. I assume you use 115V like we do down here. -Make sure the A/C power cord is working. -Test the power supply in another computer or if not available you can generally pickup an inexpensive tester for $10 to $15 at a computer store that sells parts. -If you get this far and still have no solution then my guess would be the old power supply had a power surge on its way out and damaged something major on the motherboard. You can look on the motherboard for obvious signs of damage; however, unless you know what you are doing I don?t recommend the typical user try to perform repairs of this sort. Let us know how things go or if we can help further.

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